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carjackers. this morning, san francisco police and just now confirming their investigation of two other at times overnight. a wrong way crash on a major santa clara freeway. six people are in the hospital. and a woman attacked right in the middle of an alameda county workout class. the old gym members who jumped into action. good morning, and everyone. it is thursday, february 20th. i'm gianna franco. >> and i'm anne makovec. it is 6:00. time to get a check of weather with mary lee. good thursday morning to you. we are starting off the day with chilly temperatures once again. you can see some spots dipping down into the 30s. santa rosa, grab that coat as you head out the door. concord, your coming in at 44. san francisco, 50. san jose, 42. morning to you. as we go through our day, we are going to see a mix of sun and clouds. and warmer compared to
yesterday afternoon. so above-average temperatures. 64, san francisco. 70 in san jose later today. 67 for concord. tracking our next rain system, we will talk about that in my full forecast coming up. but now let's check in with gianna with a bridge check. and that's get you updated on the bay bridge. we are dealing with an accident that was blocking lanes. right before the toll plaza. everything is off to the side there at the east parking lot. and we are seeing a backup there. metering lights are on. it is a slow-and-go rider. not to the may see. that is good news there. your approaches are still clear. eastshore freeway, westbound 580, as well as 880, no delays there. richmond/san rafael bridge, starting to led up this morning. you can see traffic building right you approach the toll plaza. police in san francisco are investigating a rush of attempted carjacking >> an uber driver says he was able to fight the suspects off, even with a gun pointed at his's face. kpix 5's jackie ward joins us live from san francisco with
the very latest. jackie? >> reporter: michelle, police have actually just confirmed to us that they are in fact investigating a string of three attempted carjacking's that happened in the city overnight. this what happened at ninth and harrison. you can see the police are still here. they are trying to collect surveillance video that may help them try to find more evidence. this happened just a few hours ago around 3:00. over driver mex says he was waiting at a light to turn from here soon to 91 three people sadly charged his car. they were all aggressively trying to get in. one actually did get in the backseat. another one was trying to get into the driver's seat and was pointed a gun at the driver's face. >> i kept blocking the barrel and not letting him. he kept trying to open my door. he finally opened it, tried to yet coming out. i kept fighting him the whole time. >> reporter: the driver says he was only forced partially out of the car. so he maneuvered himself back inside, started to make the turn. then realized someone was still in his car. he told them to get out and the suspect ran off.
at one point in all this, the driver says they hit him, too. but he says he is fine. we spoke to police. all three incidents have suspects that were armed with a gun, all three incidents are determined to be similar. they are now trying to figure out if these are all potentially related. we will wait for another update later on this morning. live in san francisco, jackie ward,, kpix 5. a string of crashes in the bay area. first in san jose. the chp is investigating a deadly crash. it happened near the jackson road off-ramp at about 2:00 am. authorities say a car hit a light pole. several signs and an exit sign. one person was pulled from the vehicle and was then pronounced dead on the scene. the cause of that crash is unknown. all lanes are back open after a wrong-way crash on northbound highway 17. it happened a little after midnight. the accident involving a jeep, a motorcycle, and a sedan. that crash said six people to the hospital.
a couple cars had coming through. a motorcycle came through and went down. and a motorcycle slid there. the motorcyclist he came. 25, 30 feet away from me. he had a badly damaged leg, which i heard a tourniquet on. >> authorities say two people are critically injured. no information at this point on how the others are doing. developing this morning, a san diego hospital is no longer on lockdown following an hours- long standoff. it will started last night one of the bank robbery in riverside county happened. police chased the suspect's as you see to san diego where the armed man parked at a children's hospital and refused to get out. officials say he turned the gun on himself. no word yet if he survived. back here in the bay area, the suspect accused of murdering a woman at an airbnb rental has turned himself in. he is 25-year-old ryoichi fuseya he showed up at the office to surrender yesterday with his attorney.
the victim's body was found inside a cottage. investigators are waiting to contact her family before releasing her identity. when the neighbor who has lived in the area for 45 years said she was just walking her dogs by the house before the body was discovered. >> just wondering you know, how could it happen that quick because it is about 15 minutes just to go around the block. next thing i know, the sheriff's are here. >> police have not said yet whether ryoichi fuseya had a relationship with a woman. >> the search continues for missing couple in marin county. we are now hearing from a woman who was the first person to discover they had vanished. she is the property manager of the rental where the couple was staying in inverness. 77-year-old carol kiparsky and her 72-year-old husband, ian irwin, were last seen there on friday. search and rescue crews have been scouring the terrain and water nearby. the property manager went to
their rental on saturday and that is when she noticed something was not right. >> something was off because it didn't look like they had packed it all. it looked like there was -- and there was still mustard on part of it. put back down on the plate. >> it were like they were in the cottage and then all of a sudden, they got beamed into outer space. it is really weird. >> when county sheriffs tweeting out these pictures last night. you can see crews searching the waters nearby. at one point using the help of a canine. it is not clear if crews will be searching today. but will be out over the weekend. a judge just ordered a competency evaluation for them and acquitted in the killing of kate steinle along san francisco's embarcadero. record evaluation concluded jose inez garcia-zarate needs a further evaluation. it could result in rcu's
medication that could allow him to stand trial. it is the latest delay the case that sparked a national debate over sanctuary cities. garcia-zarate faces federal charges of being an undocumented immigrant. happening today, the b.a.r.t. a stabbing trial of nia wilson continues today. yesterday, we learned more about the suspect's interactions with his own family. john lee cowell's aunt testified less you state that cowell attacked his own father with a shovel because he thought his dad was an alien who had taken over his body. she said cowell lost his temper when she refused to run errands for him. cal has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity in the double standing of nia wilson and her sister. a rising rap star killed in a home invasion. pop smoke was shot in a multi- million-dollar home. the lapd says several masked men entered the home where jackson was staying early
yesterday morning. investigators want to know if photos taken hours before the shooting are part of the motive. they showed the rapper with stacks of cash, bands of the 21- year-old start our shock. >> it is unfortunate, men. he was doing good. he was doing that. he really had something going for himself. >> me with my boyfriend, i watched his career grow. it is tragic to watch him die in violence. >> the home belongs to a real housewives of beverly hills star . a man is in jill accused of a person sexual assault inside a busy alameda county jail. police say this man, jonathan anderson, walked into a 24 hour fitness on masao padre parkway. he entered a workout class and then pushed a woman to the ground and forcefully held her down. investigators say anderson was able to pull her clothing down before another jim member pushed him off of her. gym employees held onto
anderson until officers arrived. >> that is pretty startling. usually this area, if you do see some people who are transient homeless, it is not usually a problem. >> reporter: have you ever felt unsafe here? >> now. it is pretty safe. fremont is pretty safe. >> a spokesperson for 24 hour fitness released a statement saying, quote, we are grateful for the brave club and team members were able to intervene and detain the individual. this morning, san bernardino residents are calling their mayor of to step down. mayor john bella villa is accused of sexually harassing two former city workers. and threatening their jobs. the city has since launched an investigation into the claims. >> the city attorney, another high-ranking city officials have been putting him on notice for his behavior for at least two years. >> do you think he will resign?
>> no. because he is a narcissist, misogynistic, and he has proven. >> the mayor did not comment on the allegations against him during last year's city council maybe. he said the accusations were false and likely motivated. time is 10 minutes after 6:00. stuck in the power lines, still ahead on cbsn bay area, the tense moment crews brought down a tangled paraglider. well, if you are rushing to get out the door for work and school, don't forget your jacket or coat. is another chilly start to the day. temperatures on the rise. tracking our next weather system . i will let you know how it will affect our weather here in the bay area. my full forecast. reports of the crash as vo: a great president and an effective mayor. leadership that makes a difference. obama: he's been a leader throughout the country for the past twelve years, mr. michael bloomberg is here. vo: together they worked
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welcome back. it is 6:13. chp is heading out to the scene of an accident. eastbound 380. all right at el camino riel. the number three lane is blocked with slow-and-go. just about 6:14 now. greasy video of a high-voltage rescue. a paraglider dangling from power lines for almost 3 hours. [ cheers and applause ] that is moment when the crowd let out a huge sigh of relief. the paraglider was returning. somehow, his parachute got tangled up in some power lines, leaving him suspended. as the sun went down, pg&e had to the energized alliance, which thousands of people in the dark. fire crews told the paraglider to stay still as they tried to reach him. >> that is difficulty with making sure that the allies
were the energized to make sure that firefighters were safe. >> and cameras were rolling for the triumphant moment. a firefighter finally got him down, lowering him to the ground in a bucket. fire crews say he is exhausted but stable. >> glad he is okay. a bay area lawmaker has introduced a bill in hopes of streamlining the current mishmash of local regulations for marijuana retailers. the bill by a cement building would direct the state's borough of cannabis control to create a model ordinance that could serve as a guide for cities and counties. this morning, we have found that muni already one of the country's most expensive transit systems could see another fare hike. san francisco transit officials are considering raising muni affairs by a quarter next year. that would bring it up to 3 bucks and $.25. the report says the sfmta needs those funds to help end a bus and train operators shortage. not everyone is on board. the supervisor dean preston took the chronicle they should be getting more people to
transit. fare increases do the exact opposite. let's check the roads and see how it is looking on this thursday morning. >> it is a little bit busy out there. we are seeing more cars in some of the hotspots as well as you work your way out of the south bay. with those any changes, you want to keep in mind, there are some changes happening this weekend also. as you head out the door, you are going to see some changes with muni also. taking a look at the roadways, you can see traffic is slow-and- go. near the altamont pass, and as you work your way along 880 as well. i like that nimitz freeway, a lot of brake lights. we do have a crash on 380. we will get a closer look at that in just a second. it is causing some brake lights in that area. start metro service will be affected. one trip right max. also did richmond express will have some changes for their last ones of the day. reports for 23 monterey. so that starts this weekend on
saturday and again, through the week as well. definitely. plan for that. right at el camino riel, it is like we are not seeing as many brake lights there. they are sensors are showing more green. my guess is they probably cleared this over to the shoulder. it was causing a bit of a back up. so it would have affected your drive heading towards sfo. the hopefully they have cleared that out of lanes. taking a look at traffic along the south bay here, northbound 101, they had reports of an accident. it is off to the right shoulder. looks like it is not causing any major snacks this morning. busy anyway northbound 101 coming away from that 280/680 connector. you want to use 280 instead. that is smooth sailing all the way to the peninsula. one thing i love about mornings is you get your afternoon free. >> it is going to be a gorgeous, gianna, with a mix of
sun and clouds. temperatures will be on the rise. so a warmer day today. we are looking at changes for tomorrow. we will talk about this just a moment. here is a beautiful view with our salesforce tower camera, looking east. and you can see some breaks in the clouds. so a really nice start to to our day. let's show you our temperatures because it is a chilly start for sure. 38 at santa rosa. they colder spot. 39 in livermore. 42 in san francisco. oakland, you're coming in at 48. right now. as we start our thursday. as we head through the afternoon, looking at those mild above-average daytime highs. 60, along the coasts to mid-60s for the bay and upper 60s to near 70 degrees inland this afternoon. pinpointing oakland, good morning to you. by 10:00 a.m., 57. beitler lunchtime hours, 62. warming up to 66. later on this afternoon with a mix of sun and and clouds. san jose, at noon. 64. and then warming up to 70
degrees later on this afternoon. so ridge of high pressure in place. and seasonably mild temperatures. this is typically one of our wettest months of the year. but not really the case this year. we have had 0 for our rainfall for the month of february. this low pressure system that we're tracking will bring more clouds for tomorrow and i will show you this on futurecast. but for today, dry, quiet conditions. they mix of sun and clouds. for your friday, the clouds streaming in for is. temperatures, though, will be a little bit warmer for your friday. and those clouds stick around as we head through late friday into saturday. now, this low pressure system, this cutoff low is close enough to us. by friday night, into saturday, there is a slight chance of a sprinkle or a shower for the far as south bay. a little bit closer to the slow. it will bring the rain to southern california in the desert southwest. lucky to get that rain. sunrise today at 6:50 three. daytime highs, for morgan hill,
campbell, 70 degrees as well as for los gatos, 67 in concord later today. topping out at 64 in san francisco. 63 in berkeley and san leandro. 70 for windsor. there's that extended forecast. just a little bit warmer for tomorrow with more clouds. still mild 30. a little bit cooler sunday. plenty of sunshine into last week. it is 20 minutes after the 6:00. standing in solitary, sleeping under the stars. why santa clara county students are camping on campus. that is ahead on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area. and let's take another live look outside at the city of san francisco. looked at beautiful shot on this tuesday morning. and don't forget, if you're heading out the
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welcome back. happening today, students at san jose state will be braving the cold, sleeping under the stars in solidarity with their homeless peers. it is part of the the annual poverty under the stars sleeping. all week long, students have been getting ready, making posters and ribbons. their message, student homelessness is hidden in plain sight. the student homeless alliance says 53,000 students in the cal state system have experienced homelessness in the past year. in original series, "project home", an unusual state of the state address from governor newsom. >> you devoted the entire speech to housing and homelessness. >> the state of california can no longer treat homelessness and housing insecurity as someone else's problem. low on other priorities that are much easier. it is our responsibility. it must be the top of our agenda. >> the governor says the he intends to back that promise with a one billion-dollar
commitment to combat homelessness. and he asked the legislator to approve 750 million dollars. he emphasized the need to see homelessness as a health crisis. >> doctors should be able to write prescriptions for housing the same way they do for insulin and antibiotics. >> the governor also pointed to solutions like fema trailers which are being dispatched statewide to house the homeless and identified nearly 300 properties of vacant state land that would now house homelessness solutions. keep sending your housing stories and ideas to transit firstname.lastname@example.org. you can see all over original reporting on our website. it is 6:20 . coming up in the next have our hear on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, the cost of the coronavirus quarantine how one south bay business owners is -- and where in the south market neighborhood in san
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face, but you're not taking my car. >> right now on kpix 5 and streaming on cbsn bay area, messing with the wrong uber driver. we're live with that aggressive carjacking attempt and some more reported overnight. plus -- >> i can't think of a way that would make it easier for donald trump to get re-elected and listening to this conversation. >> bloomberg first back this morning. the heat he took on stage for the first time at the democratic debate. it is thursday, february 20 >> i'm anne makovec. >> and i'm michelle griego. the time now is 6:30. you see a already, it just went back. >> january, so slow. and here's her boy. and it is almost done, mary. it is for sure. it happened fast. and happy thursday to you. almost to the end of the workweek. and we are looking at warmer temperatures as we head through our afternoon. so even warmer compared to
yesterday. although it is a chilly start. so grab that jacket. grab that coat as you head out the door. you will not need it later on this afternoon. upper 30s for santa rosa. livermore, looking at low 40s, san jose. mid-40s, concord. and 51 for san francisco. check out our highs for today, well above average, mid-60s, san francisco, oakland. 70 and san jose and 67 in concord. tracking our next weather system. details on that coming up. taking a look at the roadways right now, we are starting to see a few more brake light >> your drive time now, about 20 minutes to go between 880 and over towards 101. 101 is getting a bit breezy. 880 thing delays as you work your way through hayward. here's a live look of toward the coliseum. getting first reports of an accident near this area. not saying it on our live shot. as soon as chp gets on the scene, we will give you more information. near the coliseum. and again, 880 northbound and
southbound, getting a bit busy through hayward. i'm jackie ward live in the south market neighborhood of san francisco. police now confirmed that they are investigating three attempted carjacking's that happened overnight. one of them happened here and for the last half hour or so, additional police officers have arrived on scene. we can say right now, they seem to be looking at this old called honda civic that has the driver-side window down. it is not smashed else. they have been investigating this area for quite a bit now. they're looking for surveillance video from nearby businesses to try to catch the suspects in action as well. not far from where we are standing, an uber driver from walnut creek says he was waiting at a light to turn from here soon to 91 three people suddenly charged his car. they were all aggressively trying to get in. one actually did get into the backseat. another and was trying to get into the driver's seat. he kept pointing a gun at his face. understandably, the driver says he was still a little shaken up after all this. >> i guess i was a little bit, i guess, bold by not fearing
the gun and like, if you're going to shoot me, you ain't getting my car. >> the driver says he was only forced partially out of the car so he maneuvered himself back inside. started to make his original turn and that is when he realized someone was still in his car. he told them to get out. the suspect ran off. at one point in all of this, the driver says they hit him, too. he said he's he is fine. they released him. so right now, police are investigating a again, three attempted carjacking. they don't know where the suspects are. at least they are not telling us. and they also don't know if these are related at all. so we are waiting these developments as the morning continues. live in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. new video out of germany shows a gunman's home cordoned off. you can see his getaway car being removed. police say the suit shooting suspect was found dead inside his home. the body of a woman believed to
be his mother was also found. the gunfire broke out yesterday night outside two hookah lounges in the small town east of frankford. 10 people were killed. officials say the attack may have been motivated by far right views. >> let's go to campaign 2020 now and the top six democratic presidential candidates went head-to-head in a fiery debate last night in las vegas. mike bloomberg's searching poll numbers earned him a place on stage as well as a target on his back. >> a billionaire who calls women fat this is a kpix 5 news morning update. broads. >> mr. bloomberg had policies in new york city stop and frisk . which after african-american and latino people in an outrageous way. >> after saying he regrets some of his mayoral decisions, bloomberg pushed back. >> i can't think of a way's that could make it easier for donald trump to get re-elected and listening to this conversation. it is ridiculous.
we are not going to throw out capitalism. we try to that. other countries tried that. it is called communism and it just did not work. >> bloomberg is not on the ballot in saturday's nevada caucuses. but he will be back on stage in the debate in south carolina next week. meanwhile, former south bend mayor pete buttigieg, a moderate, went after bloomberg and vermont senator bernie sanders saying voters can do better than both. buttigieg is expected to return to california this morning to participate in a town hall meeting in los angeles. in new voting center will be celebrated at san jose state university. a ribbon cutting ceremony is that to begin at 1:45 this afternoon on the first floor of the martin luther king jr. library. less than two weeks away from the california primary and we've got everything you need to know to get ready for it. just had to the special section on our website, kpix.com/campaign2020. president trump's longtime ally roger stone is going to to be sentenced on seven counts of
lying to congress and witness tampering. federal prosecutors originally thought 7 to 9 years in prison. attorney general william barr over the world that suggesting a lighter sentence. president trump says he does not vasher b.a.r.t. on stoney's case. we have learned that two passengers who had the coronavirus have died. the elderly patients are the first that's connected to the "diamond princess", which has seen more than 600 coronavirus cases. 178 americans quarantined on that cruise ship flew into travis air force base on say. 12 of those passengers are being isolated and tested at local hospitals after showing symptoms. five of them tested positive in japan. these new arrivals will all be quarantined for 14 more days. only four coronavirus cases have been confirmed in the bay area so far. two santa clara county residents are still isolated after being infected outside of the united states. health officials say both are well but still infectious.
meantime, one san benito county couple remain at cfs in a solution. the husband was infected in china and then passed the virus onto his wife when he returned home. some smell businesses say their sales are suffering because of the public's coronavirus concerns. mandarin gourmet restaurant in san jose's oak ridge area has seen a 27% drop in self. johnny khamis is sending out the message that now is the time to support chinese-owned businesses. >> businesses that are chinese- owned are being experiencing slowdowns. this is not right. >> in palo alto, esther to be, says patients have been canceling their appointments at their first medical acupuncture clinic. she is among the couple hundred people who evacuated wuhan, china, when the coronavirus outbreak began. she was quarantined for weeks. she says she was never
infected. continuing coverage of the coronavirus outbreak, just head to our website, kpix.com. this morning, the search continues for missing firefighter in porterville . yesterday, do crews started digging through the rubble of the building, looking for the 25-year-old. another firefighter was confirmed killed. two teenagers are under arrest, charged with arson. in new details this morning after months of devastating bushfires, australia is now in launching a royal commission investigation. prime minister scott morrison said the inquiry will help australia better protect itself from longer and hotter summers. the investigation will focus on improving three areas, disaster management, preparedness, and the government's response. it is expected to be completed in august. a federal judge is blasting pg&e for falling behind on its tree trimming plan meant to prevent wildfires. the judge slammed pg&e, saying six gives are putting creek before safety.
and it comes just a day after the head of the public utilities commission of california threatened to take away the ceremonies license if safety standards are not met. the understanding that if we don't change course, that there will be greater risks. i think we can see that all around us. >> the church is also demanding the utilities hire more trimmers to clear its power lines. pg&e officials say their focus has remained on getting wildfire victims paid and continuing to deliver safe and reliable electric and gas services. no word yet on when that new hiring will actually begin. happening today, the california energy commission is set to vote on whether to approve new building reach a codes for 9 california cities. the cities hope to have new construction to reduce pollution. the energy commission approved measures for menlo park, san jose, san mateo, and the county of marin. the meeting starts at 10:00
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industry consolidation in the financial world taking place. morgan stanley snapping up each rate in a $13 billion all stock deal. this follows san francisco- based charles schwab by rival td ameritrade last year for $26 billion. the ceo, james corbin, says his company is coming after schwab in that move in. schwab stock is moving higher by 2% in the early going despite that move. victoria's secret is being unloaded by a parent firm selling a controlling stake to priority equity firm sycamore partners. victoria's secret has been struggling big time in recent years and they will focus on the other brand bath and body works. cheers falling a bit this morning as wall street was expecting a bigger price tag and that deal. stock market overall is pulling back from wednesday, which saw record highs for the s&p at the data. the dow lowered. the s&p is falling by five points. michelle and anne,:to you.
>> jason brooks, thank you. without warning, uber closed its customer support office in downtown los angeles. according to "the l.a. times", employees found out the day it happened. it affected about 80 workers. some were offered sandwich packages. we reached out to uber and received his response that's reads in part, we closed it in order to focus on resources in our largest customer support centers. uber has made a series of? since it went public last year a long legal ballot between taxi drivers and the city of san francisco could be coming to a close. >> it is in the hands of a judge and a tentative ruling could come as soon as today. san francisco's taxi medallions were envisioned as a revenue maker. almost simultaneously came the rise of ride hailing apps uber and lyft. >> now it is worthless. >> in 2018, kpix 5 first
reported where the met vast majority of that debt was residing. it was the san francisco federal credit union. claiming damages suffered through its taxi medallion loans. >> it changes over time. as we're looking at it, at least $155 million. >> credit union authorities also argue that san francisco allowed the medallion program to diet without declaring it dead. the credit union victory would not necessarily help struggling drivers, although the entity says the loss would not further jeopardize any medallion holders. in a statement, the city attorney's office said the credit union is seeking a bill out at the expense of taxpayers. the city also says the lawsuit has made it impossible to negotiate any changes to the medallion program. 6:47 up. gianna has a look at 880
traffic this morning. a trouble spot along 880. motorcycle accident on the northbound side of 880 near 66. we got a live shot check, just north of where that crash is. tell us heading northbound. we will see a lot more traffic travel through this area. we are seeing later than usual conditions. that is because we are seeing most of those brake lights, before where that accident is. this is where our cameras north of here. that is where the crashes. you can see the line of yellow and red behind it even though the activity is over to the right shoulder, probably some slow-and-go conditions due to spectators slowing. to crews at emergency crews heading out to the scene as well. a lot better as you head past the coliseum. just before that, has up. there's the crash over to the right shoulder. the commute, out of hayward. southbound 880, definitely busy as you work your way through there. tonight minutes from his experience over towards 237. definitely planned for for that. brake lights now in the fremont area as well. business as usual for the most part as you head through there.
san mateo bridge, blowing a up. 22 minute drive time from 880 over towards 11. once you get on 101, brake lights there. southbound, pleasanton, into this sunol grade, you got some slow speed there. 26 minutes, 580 as you head towards 237. north of there, another part of 680, it looks like a got the crash there. slow anyway on the southbound side. here's mary. if you're rushing to get out the door, take a moment to turn to your screen. it looks like a painting. looking south with those golden colors in the sky. it is a chilly start. so grab that jacket or coat as you head out the door. santa rosa, so a cold start for you. the 42 right now in san jose. 44 in concord. oakland, coming in at 48.
and looking at 51 for downtown san francisco. as we head through our afternoon, we're going to see a mix of sun and clouds. mild above-average daytime highs. and a little bit warmer compared to yesterday. 60 along the coast. mid-60s this afternoon. for the bay and upper 60s to near 70 degrees inland. pinpointing san francisco, and your day planner, we are looking at 10:00 a.m., 54. 59 at noon in san francisco. topping out at 64. for a high in san francisco. for oakley, good morning to you. for your lunchtime hours, 62 with a mix of sun and clouds. topping out at 66 in oakland. san jose, they're going to see those temperature is on the rise for your lunchtime. 64, topping out at 70 degrees at 4:00 pm in san jose. so high pressure in control. but we are watching this low pressure system that will bring more clouds for us for tomorrow. so unseasonably mild temperatures today. even a little bit warmer for tomorrow. even with those clouds. you can see on futurecast, a dry day. and then for tomorrow, we're going to see increasing clouds. so for your friday current temperatures a little bit warmer and as we go through
friday night into saturday, we are going to continue with those clouds. and it's all because of this low pressure this cutoff low here, at this point, it still looks dry and quiet for us here in the bay area. and as that low pressure system pushes inland, by late friday into saturday, it will bring that much needed rainfall for southern california, the desert southwest. maybe a slight, slight chance of a sprinkle or a shower for the far south bay. late friday into saturday. but that is pretty much about it. let's talk about our temperatures for today. 70 kempel and morgan hill this afternoon. we are looking at 67 in concord. 68 in livermore. for the bay, 64, sausalito. 63 for berkeley and for san leandro. 70 for windsor. here's with that extended forecast. a little bit warmer, more clouds for tomorrow. still mild on saturday. bit cooler sunday. plenty of sun into next week. time is 6:51. still ahead here on kpix 5 and
streaming on cbsn bay area, a break in the case of a santa clara county homicide. why it was not hard to check out down the suspects. plus, san francisco please just confirmed that this car was involved in a string of three attempted carjacking's that happened overnight. and let's take a live look outside right now from the our camera on mt. back up. a gorgeous sunrise underw i thought steyer was brilliant
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i share your determination to bring this country together to finally make progress for the american people. bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg, and i approve this message. a i'm jackie ward . police just confirmed that this car behind me is in fact involved in what they are investigating as it string of attempted carjacking >> they're trying to figure out if the three were at all
related. you can see the window is smashed out. they have been talking to the driver of this car. this happened with a suspect that had again. police are looking at surveillance video from nearby businesses to try to catch a the suspects in action. around 3:00 this morning, an uber driver driving a different car was waiting at a light to turn from harrison when three people sadly charged in the car. they were all aggressively trying to get in. when actually did get in the backseat. another one was trying to get into the driver's seat. he kept pointing a gun at the driver's face. the driver said, he was only forced partially out of the car so he got himself back all the way in started to make the turn. that's when he realized someone was still against the car. he told them to get out. the suspects ran off. they also hit the driver, too, but the driver was check out by paramedics on the scene and is okay. however, it was a really scary scene. he is still shaken up. police are not able to tell us if these carjackings are related and the suspects at this point, they believe, are
still out there. we will continue to bring you updates on our website and social media can >> live in san francisco, jackie ward, kpix 5. it is just about three minutes before 7:00 . two separate crashes on highway 17 early this morning. chp says one was a multi-car crash. the other, a single vehicle crash. both happened a little after midnight in los gatos near locke avenue. they were originally reported, a large crash. authorities say two people are critically injured. the santa clara county sheriff's departments arrested a man suspected of killing a woman at a house in the east san jose photos. is rendered. unclear if there's a relationship between the suspect and the victim. marin county authorities are still looking for 77-year- old carol kiparsky and her husband, ian irwin. they were last seen at their rental cottage in inverness. the a s'more sweep turned up nothing. volunteer crews are planning to keep searching. the b.a.r.t. step in trial of nia wilson continues today. we learned more about the
suspects interactions with his own family. john lee cowell's onto testified he attacked his own father was a chef because he thought he was an alien. this morning, the search continues for missing 25-year- old firefighter in porterville who did not make it out of a library inferno tuesday night. another fire fire is confirmed that. two teenagers are under arrest, charged with arson. heads up, there is an alert in walnut creek. traffic collision at san carlos drive.? >> delays, a list about some of 30 this morning. according to walnut creek. police department and a heads up, we got a crash on 880, toward at the coliseum. just before that. it is over to the right shoulder with a backup, substantial there.
just north of there, it looks nice heading into oakland. okay, here comes the sun. it beautiful view with our salesforce tower camera with that sunrise. looking at the bay. south looking south at our salesforce tower camera as we head through the afternoon, it is going to warm-up. so it is a chilly start for now. and as we go through our day, 64 in san francisco. 66 in oakland. 70 in san jose and 67 for concord. more clouds for tomorrow. a bit warmer friday. we will stay mild through the weekend. plenty of sun into next week. let's check in with michelle now in our new cbsn bay area newsroom. streaming news and live updates all day long. michelle, what are you following this morning? >> we got a lot going on this morning, including a one-on-one interview with the democratic presidential candidate tom steyer. i'm going to ask him about last night's debate, what do you think about it, and his plans for california. plus, are the days of politeness and courtesy behind us? we are going to take you inside
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